Duloe, St Cuby and St Leonard

North Chapel north 1 (Bewes aisle)

Entries in grey are not obtained from documentary evidence, but are inferred from content, context, etc.

Date of manufacture and insertion
1887
Number of lights
3
Maker
Fouracre & Watson
Main subject
Three scenes from the parable of the Good Samaritan
Tracery subject
Four angels playing the cithara, viola and other musical instruments.
Subject type
Narrative
Donor
Revd TA Bewes (younger brother of dedicatee)
Dedicatee
Harry Bewes, elder son of Thomas and Frances Culme Bewes, brother of the donor, died in Philadelphia, USA.
Notes
  1. Death of dedicatee Salisbury and Winchester Journal p 2.
  2. Truro Diocesan Kalendar p 160. Heard & Sons, Truro (no date given; probably late or ).
  3. Maker, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 6.
  4. CG refers to this as the Colshull Chapel.
  5. Very similar design to Lanivet North aisle 2.

In memory of Harry Bewes elder son of Thomas and Frances Culme Bewes. Born . Died . He died at Philadelphia U.S. His remains were brought home and deposited in the vault beneath.

Scenes from the parable of the Good Samaritan:

  1. The Samaritan relieves the half-dead traveller with oil and wine, the retreating figures of the priest and the Levite being seen in the distance.
  2. The wounded man, seated on the Samaritan’s beast, is brought to the inn.
  3. The Samaritan, at the inn door, takes his leave of the host, giving him twopence, and commending to him the suffering man who, through the lattice of the upper chamber, is seen on his couch.